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EBF, Ottumwa Students Win Big at State Archery Tournament

(DES MOINES, Iowa) – Around 1,750 archers from 86 Iowa schools participated in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) state tournament in Des Moines last weekend.

Standing out from the competition was local Jatin Moore, a student at Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont (EBF) High School. Moore won the boys bullseye competition with a score of 293 and won a bow for his efforts. Alex Brittain, also representing EBF, was named High All-Around Champion with a total combined score of 578. High All-Around Champions were named based on their total combined scores from the state 3D and bullseye tournaments. Senior Brook Paris of Ottumwa also staked her claim during the contest. Paris received a $1,000 scholarship for highest 3D score.

NASP archers who scored highest league scores plus the highest state tournament scores were named All State Archers (listed below).

Boys All State Archers

  • Connor Myers, Mount Vernon
  • Alex Brittain, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont
  • Jatin Moore, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont
  • Owen Lerg, West Des Moines Valley
  • Adam Larson, Lawton
  • Collin Hallier, Mount Vernon

Girls All State Archers

  • Lilly Machart, Anamosa
  • Makenna Hewitt, Cedar Rapids Prairie Point
  • Paige Emig, Mount Vernon
  • Samantha Mellinger, Washington
  • Breann Holtz, Lawton
  • Haley Schwenneker, Spencer

Nearly 3,600 archers from more than 300 schools participated in Iowa’s National Archery in the Schools Program. The NASP season was Dec. 1 to Feb. 24.

3D results are available online at https://nasptournaments.org/TournamentDetail.aspx?tid=2897

Bullseye results are available online at https://nasptournaments.org/TournamentDetail.aspx?tid=2896

The state tournament was sponsored by the Iowa Bowhunters Association, Whitetails Unlimited, the Iowa State Archery Association, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Safari Club International.

-This information was given to KBOE in a press release on behalf of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

Calling All Oskaloosa Deer Hunters

The Urban Deer Hunting season is approaching and the season is to be held within the Oskaloosa city limits. The hunting season will run from September 16th, 2017 through January 10th, 2018. During this season, qualified hunters will be allowed to harvest deer within the city limits using bows and arrows.

Bow hunters interested in participating in this hunting season are required to pass an archery proficiency test, consisting of 5 shots, made from 20 yards. Hunters must score at least 80% accuracy, within an 8-inch circle target, to qualify for this hunt. Hunters are allowed two attempts to pass this test.

Two testing dates have been set for this upcoming season. This Testing will be held at “After Hours Archery” located at 216 North B Street. The dates and times for this testing are: Thursday, August 31st, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM and Saturday, September 2nd, from 10 AM to 11:30 AM.

Any hunter interested in participating in this hunting season must attend, and pass, one of these proficiency test. Hunters need to bring a current form of identification and their current/valid Iowa hunting license with them to this testing.

The Oskaloosa Urban Deer Management Program has an established set of rules, which each hunter must follow, to participate in this program.

During the previous season (2016/2017) hunters harvested 20 deer within the Oskaloosa City Limits. This was a 18% increase from the 2015/2016 season when 17 deer were harvested. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has allotted up to 100 licenses to be used during the 2017/2018 city season.

Anyone with questions regarding this program is encouraged to contact Officer David Wilke, of the Oskaloosa Police Department, by calling (641) 673-3201 ext. 5906 or by email at: david.wilke@oskaloosaiowa.org

Below is the list of hunting rules within the city of Oskaloosa.

Deer Hunting Rules

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